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What do you know about acids?

What do you know about acids?

What do you know about acids?. ACIDS. HW: Safety Poster. Make a safety poster to display in the lab that describes how to stay safe during science experiments. It can be about one safety rule or as many as you want. Be creative! PLEASE PUT YOUR NAME IN THE TOP RIGHT CORNER.

By adamdaniel
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Acids and Bases

Acids and Bases

Acids and Bases. Property of some aqueous solutions is their ability to act as an acid or base. Acids and Bases. Acids and bases play an important part in our lives. Proper acidity of our blood and other body fluids is vital to our health Many products we use are acidic

By paul
(334 views)

Acids & Bases What’s the difference???

Acids & Bases What’s the difference???

Acids & Bases What’s the difference???. What is an acid?. An acid is a solution that has an excess of H+ ions. It comes from the Latin word acidus that means "sharp" or "sour". The more H + ions, the more acidic the solution. Properties of an Acid. Tastes Sour Conduct Electricity

By benjamin
(210 views)

KETONE MONITORING

KETONE MONITORING

KETONE MONITORING. Hypoglycemia & Hyperglycemia. Monitoring Blood Glucose. Health & Learning. Legal Rights. Glucagon Administration. Exercise. Insulin Administration. Nutrition. Overall Goal: Optimal student health and learning.

By dani
(202 views)

Organic chemistry for medicine and biology students Chem 2311 Chapter 10

Organic chemistry for medicine and biology students Chem 2311 Chapter 10

Organic chemistry for medicine and biology students Chem 2311 Chapter 10 Carboxylic acids and Their Derivatives By Prof. Dr. Adel M. Awadallah Islamic University of Gaza. Diacids. Physical Properties of carboxylic acids. Hydrogen bonding Solubility in water (lower acids).

By asabi
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ACIDS

ACIDS

ACIDS. In its simplest form, an inorganic acid is defined as a hydrogen salt dissolved in water. By this definition a simple inorganic acid exists in the aqueous state. The generic formula for an acid is HA (aq) . NOTE: they all have the generic formula H-anion. Preview of some acids:

By callie
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Amino acids

Amino acids

Amino acids. (Foundation Block) Dr. Ahmed Mujamammi Dr. Sumbul Fatma. Learning outcomes. What are the amino acids? General structure. Classification of amino acids. Optical properties. Amino acid configuration. Non-standard amino acids. Derivatives of amino acids.

By tibor
(239 views)

Our Questions about DNA?

Our Questions about DNA?

Our Questions about DNA?. What does DNA look like? How is DNA made? How do we know DNA has the instructions to make proteins? How does DNA instruct the cell to make proteins?. WHAT DETERMINES THE ORDER OF AMINO ACIDS IN A PROTEIN???.

By marin
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Carboxylic Acids - Reactions

Carboxylic Acids - Reactions

Carboxylic Acids - Reactions. Acid-base reactions :. ion. LDF. H-bonding. + NaOH. Na +. + H 2 O. octanoic acid. sodium octanoate + water. soluble. insoluble in H 2 O. dipole. Reactions. Reduction :. LiAlH 4. 5. 4. 6. 3. 1. 2. 5-oxo. hexanoic acid. hexanediol. 1,5-.

By betty_james
(293 views)

Introduction to Acids and Bases

Introduction to Acids and Bases

Introduction to Acids and Bases. Science 10. Introduction to Acids . Do your muscles ever feel sore after a heavy workout? If so, you can blame a buildup of lactic acid in your muscles. Lactic acid is a by-product of cell metabolism when too little oxygen is available.

By fiona
(208 views)

Acids and Bases/Equilibrium

Acids and Bases/Equilibrium

Acids and Bases/Equilibrium. (EXTREMELY IMPORTANT) a. Molarity mol/L b. Molality mol/kg c. Parts per million g solute / g solvent x 1000000 d. pH from [H+] -log[H + ] e. [H+] from pH 10 -pH f. [H+] from [OH-] 1.0 x 10 -14 /[OH -1 ]. Acids and Bases/Equilibrium.

By kreeli
(80 views)

Chemistry 281(01) Winter 2014

Chemistry 281(01) Winter 2014

Chemistry 281(01) Winter 2014. CTH 277 10:00-11:15 am Instructor: Dr. Upali Siriwardane E-mail :  upali@latech.edu Office:  311 Carson Taylor Hall ; Phone: 318-257-4941; Office Hours:  MTW 8:00 am - 10:00 am; TR 8:30 - 9:30 am & 1:00-2:00 pm.

By aletha
(102 views)

Biochemistry Water and the Fitness of the Environment

Biochemistry Water and the Fitness of the Environment

Biochemistry Water and the Fitness of the Environment. Water: The molecule that supports life on this planet!. Water is the biological medium for all life on Earth All living organisms require water more than any other substance.

By boaz
(182 views)

Organisms are sensitive to changes in pH

Organisms are sensitive to changes in pH

Organisms are sensitive to changes in pH. By: Emily Jones and Josh Kendrick. pH. The pH level is the measure of hydrogen ion concentration equal to –log [H+] and ranging in value from 0 to 14. – Biology book

By corbin
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Revision for Acids and Indigestion

Revision for Acids and Indigestion

Revision for Acids and Indigestion. Carbonates, Oxides and Hydroxides and their reaction with ACIDS. What is an indicator?. An indicator is a chemical that turns a different colour depending on whether it is added to an acid or an alkali.

By sonel
(178 views)

ACIDS & BASES

ACIDS & BASES

ACIDS & BASES. ACIDS. BASES. Sour Turn litmus paper red pH below 7 Contain hydronium ion (H 3 O + ) at the beginning Proton donors electron acceptors Ex HCl - found in stomach. Bitter Turn litmus paper blue pH above 7 Contain hydroxide ion (OH -- ) at the end

By davina
(83 views)

CHEMISTRY 2 84.122

CHEMISTRY 2 84.122

CHEMISTRY 2 84.122. Professor Richard Karpeles. Spring 2014 Chemistry 2 ( 84.122). Dr . Richard Karpeles Olney Hall 502A (978 ) 934-3659 richard_karpeles@uml.edu Office Hours: MWRF@10am-11:50am, and 12 noon – 12:50 pm or by appointment. Spring 2012: Chemistry 2 ( 84.122).

By wilmet
(159 views)

BR 3/1 Transcription on page 14 Take your Video WS out for Stamp 5

BR 3/1 Transcription on page 14 Take your Video WS out for Stamp 5

BR 3/1 Transcription on page 14 Take your Video WS out for Stamp 5. Transcribe and Translate the following DNA codes DNA code mRNA tRNA Amino Acids GGGAGGAATTCC GCGAGCAAACCC AGGAATCCA. GGGAGGAAUUCC. Proline, serine, leucine, arginine. CCCUCCUUAAGG. GCGAGCAAACCC.

By diza
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Acids and Bases

Acids and Bases

Acids and Bases. Topic 8. Arrhenius Model of Acids and Bases . Acid is a substance that contains hydrogen and ionizes to produce a hydrogen ion in an aqueous solution. Base is a substance that contains a hydroxide group (OH) and dissociates to produce a hydroxide ion in aqueous solution.

By loyal
(63 views)

Entry Task : Sept 17 th Monday

Entry Task : Sept 17 th Monday

Entry Task : Sept 17 th Monday. Question: Provide the 7 strong acids. You have 5 minutes!. Agenda. Sign off and discuss 4.3 notes. Agenda. Discuss Acid/Base notes and along the way- answer the exercise questions Self check- if you can’t do it you need to seek help!

By zahur
(222 views)

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